National Geographic : 1975 Sep
come up to Canada and A world of tours, trips and travel packages. This fall, just over the longest friendliest border in the world, in Canada, you'll find a whole world of travel and vacation choices for you. Vacations that you can plan and put together yourself. And packages that your travel agent or carrier can help you work out. So, whether you're travelling on your own, or touring with a group, come on up to Canada. We'll show you more than just a neighbourly country ... we'll show you the world. The world in all its colours. We'll show you a world where Nova Scotia. Handcraftsthat embody the traditionsof the world. ' the colour of life in the fall is every bit as spectacular as the colour of nature herself. Here, you'll lose yourself in the world's friendliest cities. And wander through bustling Euro pean street markets, overwhelm ed by the sights and sounds of a potpourri of people bartering for fresh squid and live trout. Here, you'll become part of a bois terous German beer festival, as you hoist a cold, frothy beer mug and learn to sing 'Ein Prosit' or how to dance a polka. Here, you'll have to blink your eyes to make sure you're not in the middle of Scotland, as you lis- ten to the mellow wheeze of bag pipes, or wander the campus of a unique Gaelic college. The world performing. This fall, all the world's on Canada's stages. With world-famous Canadian performing companies and inter national stars entertaining you with the words, works and wis dom of Shakespeare, Shaw, Ibsen, Pinter and Albee. Or dancing to Tchaikovsky. Or performing Chopin, Bach, Mozart or Ravel. Or singing Bacharach and tel ling you jokes in a fashionable, world class hotel or nightclub. Quebec. Cuisineasfine as the world has to offer. 1 New Brunswick. A world of history to romance 2 and enchant you.